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PSU Cable Sleeving

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Hi there! 

I was wondering if anyone in the BC/AB/SK region (else where is fine but shipping can start getting expensive) did cable sleeving at all for PSUs? I'm looking to get mine done, and possibly do it myself, or outsource it to someone from here.

Thanks!

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Hi there! 

I was wondering if anyone in the BC/AB/SK region (else where is fine but shipping can start getting expensive) did cable sleeving at all for PSUs? I'm looking to get mine done, and possibly do it myself, or outsource it to someone from here.

Thanks!

You can buy cable extensions which is easy and no risk of breaking cables or doing something wrong, I have the H440 case so my PSU and majority of cables are hidden, I got Red sleeved cables for the cables that come back into the case and are visible

http://www.bitfenix.com/global/es/products/premium-modding/alchemy-cables/


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I am doing a psu sleeve job right now, and I can say that it's not that hard, just time consuming. I bought 550 paracord off eBay for under $10 for 100 ft. And a set of tools for $15. In all I spent under $40. (I did go over board on the cord though...just in case)

I am going with a heat shrink-less method, and it looks great. A couple oops moments so far, like cutting a cord just right.. Just to melt the end and watch it shrink up on you.... But still. On a newbie scale. I would give this a 3 on being hardness.


You said Floppy......

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You can pm me if you have questions. I might be able to help walk you through the process, but the YouTube videos out there are great


You said Floppy......

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